This ancient petroglyph of a seal is located in Drummond Park, Fulford Harbour, Salt Spring Island, BC.
Salt Spring Island, also known as Klaathem (Quw'utsun word for Salt), was inhabited and used from time immemorial by the Malahat, Snuneymuxw, Tsawout, Tsartlip, Tseycum, Penelakut, and Quw'utsun First Nations who traditionally frequented the island's shores to harvest its natural resources.
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